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Racial Justice & authenticity

Below are the best resources we could find on Racial Justice and authenticity.

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Pushing Past Tokenism

La Sarmiento has been a leader of American LGBTQ and people-of-color Buddhist communities for close to a decade. I caught up with the trans, queer Filipino teacher before a silent retreat to discuss the dynamics of race and gender in a world that is typically White, cisgender and straight.

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An Evening with Roxane Gay

One of today’s most influential voices writing about gender, sexuality, race, and the issues confronting women as they navigate a difficult and often hostile world, Roxane Gay tackles today’s big subjects with a piercing intellect, engaging empathy, and often heartbreaking personal disclosures.

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Black Activists Speak Out Honestly In 1965

These are amazing interviews for the time. What some of these people say portends the riots of 1968.

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Show Up for Yourself and Show Up for the World with Nicole Cardoza and Koya Webb

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5 Asian Americans on Disrupting the Creative Industries

Jeannie Jay Park, Masami Hosono, Danny Bowien, Gia Seo and Lumia Nocito talk identity, community and misperceptions.

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The Soul of a Butterfly: Reflections on Life’s Journey

Former boxing legend Muhammad Ali, one of the best-known and best-loved celebrities and an international good-will ambassador, offers inspiration and hope as he describes the spiritual philosophy that sustains him. “During my boxing career, you did not see the real Muhammad Ali.

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Redefined - Alice Walker

Internationally celebrated author, poet, and activist Alice Walker joins Zainab to discuss transcending boundaries, finding solace in nature, a pivotal visit to Russia, finding love and danger in the American South during the Civil Rights movement, and, says Alice, learning to accept that there is...

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